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11.07.14 - 11.08.14
To a Butter World
Hampshire College Main Gallery
Performance by Sarazina Stein and the Five College dancers. Reservations recommended.
The Big Aple Circus: Metamorphosis
Amherst Cinema
HD screening of live performance.
Still Tryin' to Get It Right: A Jewish Woman's Journey
Beit Ahavah
Cabaret performance by Sharon Saline. To benefit Beit Ahavah.
Bon Appetit Burlesque's Spanksgiving III
The Deuce
In the annual Spanksgiving show, Bon Appetit Burlesque brings fetish-themed neo-burlesque acts celebrating woman-friendly, body-positive sexuality.
Brian Barganier's Variety Show
The Platinum Pony
New Play Reading Series
Hallie Flanagan Studio Theatre
“Forgive Us Our Trespasses” by Jeffrey Stingerstein, directed by Jesse Kane-Hartnett.
The Arts Block
A half-scripted, half-improvised performance produced by The Happier Valley Comedy Show.
11.08.14 - 11.29.14
Picture Book Theatre
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Therese Brady Donohue directs puppetry productions of Leo Lionni's , and . With music by Karen A. Tarlow, and recorded narration by Jane Yolen.
11.09.14 - 11.11.14
Out of the Past
Amherst Cinema
Part of Hard-Boiled Film Noir Classics series.
Letters Home
The Colonial Theatre
Based on actual letters written by soldiers serving in the Middle East. Based on the op-ed "The Things They Wrote," and the subsequent HBO documentary .
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Stagestruck: A Curious Constellation
Five College stages offer a concurrent feast of Shakespeare.
A Theater of Moxie and Renown
Nobody's Girl resurrects history with a screwball spin.
The Distaff Side, part 2
Our red-faced critic corrects a gender assumption.
New England Landfall
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Three summers ago, Kali Quinn brought her one-woman—no, three-woman—show, Overture to...